Pegasus Books

An American Marriage: The Untold Story of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd

By Michael Burlingame - Published 2021

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Nonfiction

Michael Burlingame, author of the two-volume biography Abraham Lincoln: A Life, turns his attention to Lincoln’s wife, Mary Todd Lincoln.  Burlingame is ...Read Review

Protector: A Novel of Ancient Greece

By Conn Iggulden - Published 2021

Genres:

AdventureMilitary

Protector picks up where Conn Iggulden’s first book (The Gates of Athens) in his new Athenian series left off: in 480 BCE, with ...Read Review

WASPS: The Splendors and Miseries of an American Aristocracy

By Michael Knox Beran - Published 2021

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Nonfiction

America has a long history with the altruistic and high-minded ideals of the WASP: the White (or Wealthy, in some cases) Anglo-Saxon Protestant. ...Read Review

Europe’s Babylon: The Rise and Fall of Antwerp’s Golden Age

By Michael Pye - Published 2021

Genres:

Nonfiction

Antwerp? Great city of the Renaissance? Yes, as important in its own way as Florence, Venice, and Rome. In this engaging, deeply researched, ...Read Review

Coco at the Ritz

By Gioia Diliberto - Published 2021

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Coco at the Ritz takes us back to France right after the end of World War II when France has been liberated, and ...Read Review

The Artist and the Eternal City: Bernini, Pope Alexander VII, and The Making of Rome

By Loyd Grossman - Published 2021

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Nonfiction

When asked to name an artist who contributed to Rome’s beauty, Michelangelo is probably the first that comes to mind. Here Loyd ...Read Review

Between Two Kings: A Sequel to The Three Musketeers

By Alexandre Dumas - By Lawrence Ellsworth (trans.) - Published 2021

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Adventure

Thirty years after he arrived in Paris, d’Artagnan is still a lieutenant in the Musketeers serving the 21-year-old son of the Spanish ...Read Review

The Man in the Iron Mask: The True Story of Europe’s Most Famous Prisoner

By Josephine Wilkinson - Published 2021

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Nonfiction

In 1669, French soldiers arrested Eustache d’Auger. He was jailed without formal charges or trial, not uncommon for those who displeased the all-powerful ...Read Review

Leaving Coy’s Hill: A Novel

By Katherine A. Sherbrooke - Published 2021

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Already imbued with a strong sense of justice, twelve-year-old Lucy Stone is aghast when she finds her newlywed cousin Abigail in tears. She ...Read Review

Princes of the Renaissance: The Hidden Power Behind an Artistic Revolution

By Hollingsworth - By Mary - Published 2021

Genres:

Nonfiction

This gorgeous illustrated book tells many wonderful stories. Its main characters are “princes” in the broad sense of powerful rulers, as Machiavelli and ...Read Review